Gordon Anderson, managing director, Paperback
Recycling, with Allan Jones of Finance Wales.
I found Out in Paperback
most interesting in the chapters on the 1940's, 50's, and 60's, when publishers and cover artists had to be somewhat subversive if they were to avoid legal challenge and still sell their books.
The Penguin Paperbacks
edition of his history is nearly complete, but a few passages have been removed for editorial reasons.
The approval enabled the publishers Gummerus Kustannus Oy, Kustannusosakeyhtio Otava, Kustannusosakeyhtio Tammi and Werner Soderstrom Oy to continue the joint publishing company, Loisto Oy, which publishes only paperback
The first paperbacks
included titles by contemporary writers Ernest Hemingway, Eric Linklater and Agatha Christie and cost just sixpence, the same price as a packet of cigarettes.
Within a few years, American paperback
publishing houses were quickly and cheaply printing, widely distributing, and steadily selling titles both high and low, new and old.
The eBook, which is about the size of a paperback
book and weighs 22 ounces, fits fine inside a briefcase or backpack, but it is still a bit too heavy for your hip pocket.
In the paperback
edition Roberts has made over a dozen textual changes based on the discovery of another copy of the Urania with handwritten authorial corrections.
How to Interpret the Lotus Decision (And How Not To) On June 28, 1990, a federal court judge in Boston made public his decision in favor of Lotus Development Corporation in its software copyright lawsuit against Paperback
edition was released in November 2006.
The titles will be available as Atria eBooks immediately, while trade paperback
editions will be published this September.
'DA VINCI': At last, ``The Da Vinci Code'' is coming out in paperback
- on March 28.